Lighting Solutions HoffmeisterDownlights - Architectural Lighting and Luminaire-Design from Hoffmeister



High-precision lighting technology: The ak.tina spotlights were developed to satisfy the highest demands of museum environments, especially for show cases. Ak.tina features LED modules with optics in 4 different beam angles.


The accuracy of complx universally fascinates in downlight, wallwasher, double wallwasher, lens wallwasher and directional spotlight form with protection ratings IP20 and IP65. Three sizes of 100, 150 or 200 mm reflector diameter can each be equipped with five lighting technologies.Efficient and economical LED versions are universally available at several output levels and with various lighting technologies. Thus arises the possibility of integration into intelligent and efficient building management systems.

DL 50

The DL50 is a series of compact recessed downlights. They are available with spot, medium and flood distributions.

DL 70

The DL70 is a series of compact recessed downlights. They are available with spot, medium and flood distributions.

DL 100

The DL 100 series of downlights comes into its own where the space for installation is limited, e.g. inside furnishing elements or for setting individual lighting accents in residential and other contexts. These very compact ceiling luminaires are equally suitable for modern architecture as well as historic buildings. They are commonly used outdoors for canopies, terraces and swimming pools as well as fitness and wellness zones.

DL 150

The DL 150 series of luminaires has been developed with both downlight and uplight models. Whether they are used individually or in combination they represent excellent lighting tools. The luminaires for surface and flush ceiling installation can be combined with wall mounted luminaires (either single or double beam). The series includes a variety of different lighting characteristics, illuminants and capacity ratings.

DL 200

The DL 200 luminaires with ingress protection ratings IP20 and IP65 are optically coordinated, so they can be used in combination. This is useful wherever a transparent architecture allows simultaneous views of the interior and exterior of a building, for instance in entrance areas of representative buildings, in foyers which consist of indoor and outdoor sections as well as in passages which provide a visual connection between street areas and shopping zones.